Dr. John Gingrich, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor emeritus of religion and philosophy, died peacefully in his sleep on Dec. 7. He was 80.
Writers Archives: Jennifer Contreras
First, thanks for publishing my words, and thanks to those who appreciate them. I just prefer to be positive and constructive, without making obscene, self-righteous and ridiculous statements like our friend Todd Farrell (“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 14).
In the recent elections for Associated Student Federation Forum officers, sophomore Travis Berry ran uncontested for the office of president.
From an idea between friends to an event that brought many together, the Peace and Justice Festival on April 12 in Claremont used many mediums of expression to shed light on world issues.
Her father lost his ability to hear in World War II. Her uncle died in the same war. This closeness to the effects of war and conflict served to feed in Linda Bearman an attitude about patriotism that thrives strongly still.
The last time Juan Garcia spoke with his brother, he said that it was weird and uncomfortable. It was two days before his brother was scheduled to fly to Iraq to serve as a Military Policeman.
The Latino Student Forum presented the 14th Annual Bienvenida Dinner to students, parents and LSF alumni on Sunday at the La Verne Community Center.
The beautiful sound of languages from Bengalese to Spanish filled Founders Auditorium during the International Festival of the Arts.
The corner of Arrow Highway and Indian Hill Boulevard was the sight of a war rally, with people from all sides of the issue.
Monday, March 21, 2003, marked a historical moment when President George W. Bush publicly presented an ultimatum to Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein that asked him to step down from power within 48 hours, or prepare for war with the United States and Britain.